Busy Saturday night action in the NBA. Let’s get to the games.
The Sixers hold the Raptors to 7 points in the 2nd quarter. They scored 32 points themselves in that stanza. That lopsided quarter helped the Sixers go to 4-2.
Paul George scores 20 points for the Pacers and the Wizards, once again, can’t win a game. In other news, water is wet.
Kemba Walker put up 26. Rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist had 25. The Bobcats finally beat the Mavericks. Hey, there’s a first time for everything.
Nate Robinson had 18 off the bench for the Bulls. The T-Wolves’ three-game win streak was snapped after being punished by Chicago’s physical D.
Houston is back on track with James Harden leading the way with 20 points. At this point, the Pistons may not win until 2088.
Paul Pierce scored 25, Celtics shut down Brandon Jennings, and Boston avenges their earlier loss to Milwaukee.
Phoenix was down big once again and, this time, there was no huge comeback. Al Jefferson went off for 27 points and 14 boards.
Gary Neal went off for a career-high 27 points and the Spurs were able to come back from 14 behind to beat a very game Portland team.
Neither team shot well and both teams put up a whopping 215 shots combined. But Denver won in 58 minutes behind Kenneth Faried’s 18 points and 17 rebounds.